Thursday, 8th June 2023


3 May 2015
THE vantage position of Lagos State — as a former federal capital and the economic and commercial hub of Nigeria — has continued to make it attractive to all manner of migrants both from within and outside the country in search of better life.
1 May 2015
THEY are rare, and like shooting stars they are, they live a bright tail of light behind them. My first physical contact with Comrade Uche Chukwumerije was in December 2002.
1 May 2015
IT is a truism to say that Workers’ Day began from the 1886 Industrial Revolution in Chicago, United States where workers laid down their lives to defend the rights of the working people.
1 May 2015
PERHAPS, now is the right time for me to put my concern forward –now that the majestic spoils of electoral victory are being carved up by the President-elect and his party, the All Progressives Congress (APC), and while the window of that all-important yearning to make the first impression and codify his administration is still open.
1 May 2015
AS existential ordeals keep challenging the optimism of Nigerian workers, we may likely be the last group of people to agree with Charles Dickens’ rosy view of the world:
30 Apr 2015
SINCE the Clifford Constitution of 1922 introduced the elective principle in Nigeria’s politics, political parties, and especially the Nigeria Police Force, have been expected to guarantee peaceful and successful general elections in the country.
30 Apr 2015
THE resounding victory of the incumbent Governor of Oyo State, Senator Abiola Ajimobi, at the 2015 governorship elections; has not only broken the fabled second term jinx, but has truly sounded the death knell for the much-touted and celebrated Amala politics (politics of stomach infrastructure) in the state.
30 Apr 2015
REALITY has finally dawned on all, after the excitement of the 2015 historic presidential election.
30 Apr 2015
THE Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) was a great party. It is still a great party, but more instructively, great in the nostalgic sense of what rose from a political party founded on nationalist ideals in the wake of Nigeria’s return to democratic rule in 1999, to a behemoth at the prime of its glory in 2007 when former President Olusegun Obasanjo was winding up his tenure in office.
29 Apr 2015
I WAS doing my post-graduate studies in the United States in the winter of 1978 when the first in the TV series of Alex Haley’s book, Roots, was on air
29 Apr 2015
THE group of seven most developed nations, including Canada, the United States, France, the United Kingdom, Germany, Japan and Italy, guard their fortunes jealously.
29 Apr 2015
IN my first cursory study of the voting graphics of the 2015 presidential election, I had been struck by the three distinct patterns that stood out in bold relief.


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The Nigerian Senate on Wednesday passed the bill seeking to mandate the teaching of sexual and gender-based violence in secondary schools across the country.
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European Union (EU) interior ministers meeting Thursday looked to reach an agreement on a long-stalled revision of the bloc's rules to more equally share the hosting of asylum seekers and migrants.
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Katsina State Government says it is ready to partner with United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund  (UNICEF) to end hunger across the 34 LGAs in the state.
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